View Full Version : My first XSI and 3D model

07 July 2002, 10:20 PM

This is my first 3d experience with XSI, I only spent a week reading the docs, actually I had no experience in 3D modeling, I only started reading about the stuff a year ago.

I spent 3-4 hours today as my first serious attempt to do something meaningful (not a cube or a sphere):)

I only want to know if I'm doing well, since my brother is not helping, I need the masters openion :), is it a good start for a guy like me?


07 July 2002, 10:42 PM
I highly suggest you to work alot more, alone, at home.
Then come back and post your projects.

With the image you just post......nobody will reply.

Learn a bit first, then come back.

Go to there are tons of amazing tutorials that will probably help you alot on your learning.

Sorry about the disrespect.


07 July 2002, 11:01 PM
I know all what I did is a nose :), and there is allot to do, it's only that 2AM here and I'm alone, and my brother is nagging me, I just wanted some one to see it, maybe becuse I did implemented the tools I learned to do something (a nose in my case), this is it :).

Thanks allot for having a look, now I can go to sleep :), and thanks for the site, I did see it, I'm getting some books really, it's only I'm having a good chance here since I got XSI that is a wonderful tool.

Thanks allot again

07 July 2002, 11:25 PM
No prob. :)

Good luck with your learning.


07 July 2002, 07:18 AM
You might also be interested in the following sites:

...and if you’re willing to spend a few $:

Softimage ®|XSI Character Animation f/x and Design

XSI Illuminated: Foundation 2


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